Eyewear designer and marketer Zoom Eyeworks Inc. has appointed Harry Cameau as senior director of logistics and operations.


Zoom Eyeworks, Harry Cameau, senior director of logistics and operations, Rob Robillard, eyewear, Hollister, distribution center, Oakely














































































































































































































































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Zoom Eyeworks names logistics exec

February 6th, 2012

BERKELEY, Calif. – Eyewear designer and marketer Zoom Eyeworks Inc. has appointed Harry Cameau as senior director of logistics and operations.

The company said Monday that Cameau will oversee its 50,000-square-foot distribution center in Hollister, Calif., which serves some of the nation's largest retailers. Responsible for all aspects of distribution and logistics, he reports directly to chief executive officer Rob Robillard.

Cameau brings more than 20 years of experience in consumer packaged goods and retail supply-chain operations to Zoon Eyeworks. Most recently, he spent more than six years overseeing the Oakley distribution center in southern California. Before that, he worked for other consumer lifestyle brands, including Nike, O'Neil and Ariat International.

In addition, Cameau has worked with major retailers such as Walmart, Target, JC Penny and Nordstrom during his time at Oakley and O’Neil.

"Harry brings a wealth of knowledge that will take our distribution capabilities to the next level, and we couldn't be happier to have him on the Zoom Eyeworks team," stated Robillard. "2012 will mark a year of investment in technology and infrastructure, and we're fully confident in Harry's ability to build our capabilities while continuing to provide our accounts with world-class service."

The Zoom Eyeworks distribution center currently serves its national retail clients, including Walmart, Office Depot, Rite Aid, Whole Foods and Bass Pro Shops. In addition, it provides service to Zoom's regional food and drug business and nearly 10,000 independent customers.

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